Acrobat ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Acrobat ( noun )

  1. A person who performs acrobatics, especially as a profession.
  2. A gymnast who performs feats of balance, agility, and motor coordination.

Origin:

From french acrobate, from greek ἀκροβάτης (akrobatēs, "climber, tumbler"), from ἀκροβατέω (akrobatéō, "to walk on tiptoe"), from ἄκρος (ákros, "highest, topmost") + βαίνω (baínō, "to go, walk").

Examples:

  1. The acrobat somersaulted through the air, landing perfectly on the tightrope.
  2. The acrobat was able to walk on his hands while balancing a broom on his feet.
  3. The circus featured a group of acrobats who performed impressive stunts on the trapeze.
  4. The acrobat was able to contort his body into impossible positions.
  5. The acrobat"s performance was so mesmerizing that the audience couldn"t take their eyes off of him.

(As a verb)

Acrobat ( verb )

  1. A person who performs acrobatics, especially as a profession.
  2. A gymnast who performs feats of balance, agility, and motor coordination.

Origin:

From french acrobate, from greek ἀκροβάτης (akrobatēs, "climber, tumbler"), from ἀκροβατέω (akrobatéō, "to walk on tiptoe"), from ἄκρος (ákros, "highest, topmost") + βαίνω (baínō, "to go, walk").

Examples:

  1. The acrobat somersaulted through the air, landing perfectly on the tightrope.
  2. The acrobat was able to walk on his hands while balancing a broom on his feet.
  3. The circus featured a group of acrobats who performed impressive stunts on the trapeze.
  4. The acrobat was able to contort his body into impossible positions.
  5. The acrobat"s performance was so mesmerizing that the audience couldn"t take their eyes off of him.
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